What So Not Teases New Version Of His Skrillex Collab “Goh”


While What So Not has been busy teasing his new collaboration with RL Grime and Skrillex, some fans may have forgotten that a collaboration between him and the OWSLA leader already exists. Created back in 2014, “Goh” was a track that fans waited and waited for, but the tune never surfaced with an official release and eventually fell by the way side. Now, the Aussie producer and DJ has begun teasing an updated version of the track during some recent live sets.

Contrasting the original, the new version of “Goh” features a more melodic sound throughout the drops, switching out rowdy metallic basslines with uplifting chopped up vocal melodies over blaring trap rhythms. It’s not a huge departure, but it seems that the updated version aims to capitalize on the ever popular future bass genre compared to the dubstep flavored original.

Now that “Goh” is showing up in What So Not‘s sets again, and with the upcoming RL Grime/Skrillex collab on the way, fans will have to keep their fingers crossed that the 2014 collaboration will see an official release soon enough.


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